Instinct.....To follow or not to follow that is the question????
Should you always follow your instinct? I did today and it was the best decision I made. Have there been times when you haven't followed your instinct? what were the repercussions?
It is generally said that women are better endowed with instincts than men. In judging people, my wife mostly follows her instincts and she is almost always right. If you are gifted with good instincts and if your past statistics prove that following your instincts is better, why not?
According to a documentary I saw, our instinct is developed by our experience. In the documentary, they compared how firefighters and an average guy extinguishes fire. Off course the firefighter were a lot better under the stressed conditions. The firefighter said that he did it based on his instincts. The documentary concluded that his instincts could be the result of his years of experience which enabled him to make very quick decisions without thinking for too long.
I trust my instincts base on the same reason too.
by Jyoti Patil 6 years ago
How often do you follow your instinct?There are many times when we're unable to decide what's right and what's wrong. Sometimes our instinct give us the answer but we don't know if we should follow it. So how often do you follow your instinct?
by janesix 6 years ago
Is belief in a higher power a human instinct? Is spirituality an inate part of our make up?
by CourtneyCHoggarth 6 years ago
Well my question is do you know of a true astrologist or someone of that nature I can ask for help?
by Renee' D. Campbell 5 years ago
What do you think is more difficult: saying no or the follow-through after you've said no.I am thinking about choices we make, accepting God, and obeying His word. We sin so much and struggle to get living right.
by greeneyedblondie 3 years ago
It may not seem like you always do, but you do. It makes me mad, especially when reguarding parenting, when people say, "You don't always have a choice in life." Yes, you do.You can choose to break into that car over there, you know, the one that always has the keys in it, and go on a joy...
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